We all need heroes, Henry Martyn

by anonymous

Jane and I have a 12 year old grandson.  He is besotted with Ronaldo (for the non-footballers he is a striker for  & Portugal, and one of the world’s best & best looking players).  Ronaldo Ronaldo has a record-tying five Ballon d’Or awards, and is the first player to win four  European Golden Shoes. Our […]

Bad News From the Congo,

by anonymous

The Toulmins (CMS missionaries in Aru NW Congo) wrote on Good Friday – “Dear friends, we just received this email from Ringo who runs our Butembo Dental Clinic as part of the Anglican Hospital there.   We rang him straight away and they are very scared.   Last night they had a patient arrive who […]

Dead Men Don’t Rise … Do they?

by anonymous

Of all the major world religions only one claims that its founder returned alive from the grave. The resurrection of Jesus is the cornerstone of Christianity. It can be tested and weighed in history. But in our sophisticated scientific age, can such a belief be maintained?  Is it logical, rational, even provable? Many have claimed it […]

Grow – Share – Love (our mission motto), GROWING (by devotion to God’s word) Issues Arising from our APM to be raised at our Re-envisioning Day – 4th May

by anonymous

Grow – Share – Love (our mission motto) GROWING (by devotion to God’s word) In 2019 in church, we’re studying the Matthew’s Gospel and allowing Jesus radical teaching there to challenge and shape us afresh.  In Term 2 we’ll be pursuing Joy in Christ in Philippians and then tackle some of the Big Issues facing […]

Are You A Member of GAFCON? Are you a Member of Gymea Anglican?

by Graham Crew

Are You A Member of GAFCON? What is GAFCON?  Archbishop Peter Jensen describes it as the most exciting development in the Christian Church in his lifetime.  GAFCON represents 70% of the Anglican members world-wide.  Our Diocese played a major role in its development. What is GAFCON – it stands for Global Anglican Future Conference.  It […]

Vision Sunday Today, SRE, Mission Partnership

by anonymous

Vision Sunday Today This has been a tradition in our church for many years.  As the first Term of schools and our ministry groups begins, we stop and ask our Lord Jesus to reset our vision for our year together.  Who are we and who does He want us to be?  What does he want […]